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Princeton has to be the favorite, and on paper the first round match up between the Tigers and Vincennes could determine the sectional champ. However, never count out Coach Miiler, and Sullivan and Pike have both been playing well. 

The Alices have been wildly inconsistent this season, and for them to be 15-7 is actually pretty impressive. When they have been good, they have been really good. When they've been bad, they've been awful. They have some outstanding wins, beating Bosse, Memorial, Indy Howe, and University. Just hope that is the team that shows up next Tuesday. 

 

Should be a great tournament. Best of luck to all teams!

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No question this is one of the best sectionals in the state. Very few sectionals are such where any of the teams could win, which is the case here. Obviously Washington and Southridge are dark horses, but they got the benefit of the draw. Pike Central and Sullivan are absolutely capable of winning. I wonder if there has ever been a team have as Jeckyl and Hyde a season as Vincennes did this year?  If both Vincennes and Princeton are on their game I think that one will just come down to a few breaks/lucky bounces of the ball as much as anything.

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Sullivan over Pike in Game 1. 

Game 2 lived up to the hype. Unbelievable grit shown by the Alices to come back from an 11 point deficit to force overtime and eventually knock off the Tigers 62-59. Outstanding basketball game by both teams.

Friday, it will be Sullivan vs. Southridge in Game 1. And Vincennes vs. Washington in Game 2. 

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Southridge beat a favored Sullivan team. The Raiders seem to be really coming on in the latter part of the season. They came close to beating Jasper a couple of weeks ago. Tonight's game against Vincennes should be a pretty good matchup. SHS has the home court advantage. 

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Congratulations to Southridge...Playing really good ball and best of luck in Regionals. Keep it going.

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Congrats to the Raiders and Coach O'Brien.  You could see this team really gel during these 2 tourney games

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